Hi, my name is Bill Guinee and I am a professor of cultural anthropology at a midwestern college. I am a little worried that this site is all K-12, but I hope I can learn about ways of using collaborative learning and research on web 2.0 here anyway. If I am in the wrong place, I would appreciate it if someone could suggest other more relevant sites. Thanks.
Hello there! I'm Tye Norbraten - a Canadian 4th Grade Teacher at an international school in Seoul, South Korea. I'm looking forward to communicating with other elementary school teachers - particularly about using Web 2.0 tools in the classroom.... and have some fun while doing it, of course!
My name is Justin Cannon - I'm a recent MIT grad working on his first venture in education: a foreign language learning startup called Lingt. Hoping to get connected to the community and make a difference!
Looking forward to meeting some great educators and thinkers on Classroom 2.0!
It is nice to see a the profile picture behind the company....I just used lingtlanguage for my midterm speaking section. I think the site has great potential. Keep up the good work and welcome to Classroom 2.0!
I'm an elementary art teacher in Houston, Texas. I've been on this site for a while, but never taken the time to formally introduce myself.
I love the technology that I have in my classroom. I have a document camera, Teamboard, projector, a couple of Windows 97 computers (no one else wants them), a laptop, a MacBook Pro and I love to use my iPod in the art room.
Looking forward to learning more.
Hi everyone. I'm Morten Oddvik and I work as a teacher in Norway where I work at an international school. I'm a member of a sister network del&bruk (in Norwegian) at Ning and find it very rewarding, and I'm hoping to share and participate here in Classroom as well.